posted on Aug, 15 2008 @ 02:09 AM
It almost looks like a vast hole, with orbs and other enomolies. I also notice large and massive plateues and tubular landscapes, some that seem
unlikely to occur naturally. I see possible craft, one seems to float over a dark void, and I see what could be interpreted as lifeforms. I also see
that not much escaped through the lines of the airbrushings.
Also I notice that, consistent with most images publically released, that the resolution is subpar for what should be reasonably expected from such an
image-capturing device. How about some high resolution closeups rather than these Bob Ross equivelent of space/moon landscapes.
If a satelite can zoom in on a dime here on earth from it's orbit, and the sophistication of imaging devices used NASA for space imagery is
top-notch, Why are there rarely any closeups. Even tha phoenix mars pics may look HD, but when you zoom in, it becomes pixelated far to prematurely
to be considered even close to what should be viewable.
What do you see or see masked?